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Roundup: March 7, 2011

Softball Lindhurst Varsity Tournament Union Mine 14, Florin 0 — Diamondback Tori McLaury allowed no hits and struck out 10 over five innings. Sarah Phillis was 2-for-4, RBI; McLaury was 2-for-2, 2 RBIs; Jessica Dager was 2-for-3, 4 RBIs; Amy Pedretti had one hit and an RBI; and Audrey Osborne and Holly Harnage each singled. […]

Girls basketball playoff brackets announced

The CIF State Northern California Regional Tournament begins Tuesday, March 8. The Oak Ridge Lady Trojans will meet Lowell at Kezar Pavillion, 755 Stanyan St. in San Francisco, at 6 p.m. The El Dorado Lady Cougars are also on the road at St. Ignatius College Preparatory, 2001 37th St., San Francisco. That game tips off […]

Revenge denied; Waldhauser is 2nd

BAKERSFIELD — Vince Waldhauser’s bid to be the first in Oak Ridge wrestling history to bring a gold medal home to the El Dorado Hills campus and his attempt to defeat the nation and state’s No. 1 ranked 160-pounder at the 2011 CIF Wrestling State Championships fell short Saturday on the center mat at Bakersfield’s […]

Subjeck takes eighth

BAKERSFIELD — Capping an impressive end to his sophomore season, Oak Ridge High’s Keaton Subjeck was declared the state’s eighth best 145-pounder after his two-day showing at the CIF State Wrestling Championships at Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield. The medal earned Subjeck the distinction as the eighth Trojan wrestler in school history to place at the state level. […]

Tow sets record with silver

BAKERSFIELD — Although Union Mine’s Cody Tow didn’t win the 130-pound state title Saturday night under the center-stage spotlight at Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield, he accomplished what no other El Dorado County wrestler has ever done. Tow’s second-place medal after a 6-3 loss to defending champion Nick Pena of Selma, puts the Diamondback in an exclusive […]

Rabobank’s victims included local talent

BAKERSFIELD — Reaching the season-ending CIF State Wrestling Championships is tough, staying alive in the two-day meet is really tough and leaving as one of eight state medalists in one’s weight bracket is beyond tough. Each year, hundreds of California’s top prep wrestlers leave Rabobank Arena empty-handed and disappointed. In reality, even qualifying for the meet is an accomplishment few […]

Timely storms make this season one to remember

In the advertising world, identifying the appropriate product and developing a marketing scheme behind it is standard procedure. In some respects, ski resorts are just like any other business. They are selling products and services to their customer base and promoting them through advertising to further enhance sales. However, the guessing game for the ski […]

CNISSF Championship qualifiers

Northstar-at-Tahoe March 7-10 Boys skiing Reid Lambres, Ponderosa Nolan Leupp, Ponderosa Alex Matzat, Ponderosa Andrew Olson, Ponderosa Michael Duhain, Ponderosa Emmett Jones, El Dorado Tommy Malone, El Dorado Akio Joy, El Dorado Ney-J Grant, El Dorado Alex Barho, El Dorado Sam Armanino, Union Mine Collin Price, Union Mine Steven Haugaard, Union Mine Shane Wise, Union […]

Sports schedule: March 7, 2011

Monday, March 7 Alpine racing CNISSF Championships, snowboarding, Northstar Girls soccer *Rio Vista @ GS, 5 p.m. El Camino @ PHS, 6 p.m. Softball PHS @ UM, 3:30 ED @ San Juan, 3:30 Boys volleyball OR @ Vista, 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 8 Alpine racing CNISSF Championships, snowboarding, Northstar Girl basketball Northern California Regional Tournament […]

Tow, Waldhauser both finish 2nd in state meet

BAKERSFIELD — Union Mine’s Cody Tow joined an elite group of four-time state medalists Saturday night. Tow capped off his stellar high school wrestling career at Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield with a second-place finish in the 130-pound championship finale, losing 6-3 to a returning state champion. Tow took the early lead with a takedown but […]

State wrestling update: Tow, Waldhauser in finals; Subjeck 8th best in 145s

BAKERSFIELD – Keaton Subjeck became the seventh wrestler to earn a state medal at the CIF Wrestling Championships in Oak Ridge school history when the Trojan 145-pound sophomore placed eighth this afternoon at Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield. After a tough 3-2 consolation loss that denied Subjeck a higher medal, he took on North Clovis’ Devin […]

Four county wrestlers advance in CIF Wrestling action

BAKERSFIELD – For Vince Waldhauser, the first day at the CIF State Wrestling Championships at Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield Friday was about quality instead of quantity. The Oak Ridge 160-pound senior spent a minimum amount of mat time in recording four pins — three earned in the first period — to reach tomorrow’s semifinals unscathed. […]

Roundup: March 4, 2001

Coed tennis Union Mine 6, El Dorado 3 Singles (UM first): Taylor McClain def. Colton Kingsbury 6-1, 60; Machaela Melrose def. by Savannah Barnhill, 2-6, 2-6; Jake Schecter def. Patrick Nicodemus 6-0, 6-1; Dylan Jocoy def. by Brynn Allen, 4-6, 1-6. Doubles (UM first): Ben Gwerder-William Gardner def. Chris Bodle-Kasey Cady 6-1, 6-0; Ellie Klumb-Ali […]

State wrestling championships update: Day 1

BAKERSFIELD – Vince Waldhauser’s quest to win a state title this weekend at the CIF State Wrestling Championships at Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield is on track. The Trojan 160-pound senior sits unscathed after three matches Fridayafter pinning Paul Aherne from Archbishop Riordan 36 seconds into the first period. So far, Waldhauser has three falls: two in […]

State wrestling finals underway

BAKERSFIELD — Two things to watch at this weekend’s CIF State Wrestling Championships beginning Friday at Bakersfield’s Rabobank Arena are Oak Ridge High’s Vince Waldhauser’s attempt to unseat defending champion Bryce Hammond for the state title and Union Mine’s Cody Tow’s pursuit of his fourth state medal. Waldhauser (160 pounds) wants nothing more than a […]

Alpine racers head to Northstar

LAKE TAHOE — Area qualifiers travel to Northstar-at-Tahoe this weekend to prepare for next week’s California Nevada Interscholastic Ski and Snowboard Federation Championships. There’s reason for optimism as a talented field of local skiers and snowboarders vie for top spots in the year’s final races as well as placement on the all-state teams. Historically, El […]

The Outdoorsman: Bass hit and miss

Before the heavy rains there was a pretty good bass bite at Lake Amador near Ione. Now the bass are in hiding. Over the past weekend one or two showed up so maybe the action will start again. Meanwhile, trouting is superb — especially for shore anglers. Most are stringing 2- to 4-pounders. The best […]

Trojans’ section title hopes hits the wall

STOCKTON — There’s still an outside chance the Oak Ridge girls basketball team could defend its 2010 CIF State Division I championship but the road got a lot tougher after Wednesday’s 45-58 loss to fired up Lincoln of Stockton. Under the new format started in 2010, the third- and fourth-place teams advance out of the […]

Lady Cougars battle but Vanden prevails

ELK GROVE — Vanden’s inside-outside combination of Erimma Amarikwa and Lindsay Littlejohn combined for 39 points Wednesday as the bigger, taller Vikings denied El Dorado’s Arco bid with a 56-36 Sac-Joaquin Section Division III semifinal victory at Cosumnes River College. The Cougars held a 17-10 advantage in the middle of the second quarter before Vanden’s […]

Roundup: Mar. 2, 2011

Softball Union Mine 19, Amador 0 – The Lady Diamondbacks received the combined one-hit pitching from Audrey Osborne and Tori McLaury and an offense that slugged four home runs to crush the Buffaloes in nonleague action Tuesday. Osborne started and went three no-hit innings and McLaury pitched the last two and surrendered one hit. Kaitlyn […]

Outside with Charlie: Finding one’s way

Electronic gadgets are everywhere. It’s almost impossible to go through a day without using one. They’ve evolved from large, heavy, expensive things to lightweight, small, expensive things. The gadgets do all manner of things — run your car, keep hearts beating on a regular basis, assist with hearing, turn lights on and off and tell […]

Have clubs, travel plans are made

EL DORADO — This past fall season may be the end of one era in the history of Union Mine girls golf, but Diamondback golfers Cassidy Stelzmiller and Tasha Kubek are ready for a new challenge — helping their new teams become as successful as the team they are leaving. Both girls are taking their […]

Roundup: Mar. 1, 2011

Baseball El Dorado 12, Dixon 1 — The host Cougars rapped out a dozen hits Monday to easily win behind the five-inning mercy rule. Starter Justin Dillon and reliever Roger Gadow, who pitched the fifth, teamed for a two-hitter. Gadow swung the big bat going 3-for-3 with a home run and five RBIs; Joey Smith […]

Under the Scoreboard: Feb. 28

Oak Ridge graduate Kristina Williams was just named Player of the Year by the Northwest Conference. The 5-foot-9 sophomore guard for the Lewis and Clark University girls basketball team has averaged 16.4 points per game and is first in the conference stats in free throws made at a .857 percent clip. Lewis and Clark is […]

Lady Cougars reach the semis

El Dorado High’s Sarah Mackey capped her four-year varsity career at home in fine fashion Thursday, pouring in a team-high 15 points, grabbing 14 rebounds and blocking a half dozen shots to lead the Lady Cougars to a 51-40 second-round win over  East Union in girls Sac-Joaquin Section Division III basketball action. The victory advanced El Dorado to next […]

Trojan press gets to Eagles in fourth

EL DORADO HILLS  — Oak Ridge’s full-court press proved to be the difference late against Pleasant Grove as the  host Trojans won 58-51 Thursday in a Sac-Joaquin Section Division I second-round girls basketball match-up. Point guard Carly Bettencourt played a near complete game, controlling the tempo for the Trojans in a fast-paced fourth quarter that saw […]

Nine wrestlers advance to Bakersfield

Waldhauser wins Masters title STOCKTON — In a rematch between the Nos. 2- and 3-ranked wrestlers in the state, Oak Ridge’s Vince Waldhauser, 160 pounds, prevailed over McNair’s James Wilson 9-3 to win the second Masters championship of his prep career Saturday. Earlier in the season at the Tim Brown Memorial Tournament, Waldhauser defeated Wilson […]

Masters wrestling roundup: Feb. 26, 2011

STOCKTON — Wrestling continues today in the Sac-Joaquin Section Masters Meet at Stockton Arena with 10 El Dorado County wrestlers still in the hunt for a berth in the CIF State Championships in Bakersfield March 4-5. Entering today’s rounds, Union Mine’s Cody Tow, 130 pounds, and Mitch Woods (171) were undefeated. Joining them in the […]

Sports schedule: Feb. 28, 2011

Monday, Feb. 28 Baseball Dixon @ ED, 3:30 Granite Bay @ OR, 3:30 Boys golf ED, UM, PHS @ John Jessup Memorial Tournament, Cold Springs CC, noon Softball West Campus @ ED, 3:30 Boys tennis PHS @ CBS, 3:45 Coed tennis GS @ ED, 3 p.m. Tuesday, March 1 Baseball GS @ Brookside Christian, 3:30 […]

Foothill bounces Cougar boys 62-54

The effort was clearly there for the El Dorado High boys basketball team, just not the result the Cougars wanted. A magical season that included 21 straight wins and an undefeated league season ended Friday night in the second round of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division III playoffs as Foothill’s Michael Bryson scored 11 of his […]

The Outdoorsman: Pardee opener great

In spite of the storm that hampered opening day last Friday, dozens of fisher folks showed up to Lake Pardee and had great success. The success rate was helped by the more than 13,000 pounds of trout released into the lake for opening weekend. For many it was easy catching a limit of five. Scott […]

South 1 Division All League teams

Listed below are the South 1 Division All League skiing and snowboard teams for both boys and girls. Of the 42 athletes, 41 are from El Dorado County. Girls snowboard 1-Sage Hoffee, El Dorado 2-Brooke Beals, El Dorado 3-Ashley Ritters, Ponderosa 4-Katie Harris, El Dorado 5-Kassi Hoelscher, Union Mine 6-Monica Zutter, Ponderosa 7-Maggie Nuttall, Ponderosa […]

Cougars advance to 2nd round

El Dorado’s David Cochran put on his uniform and laced up his sneakers before Wednesday’s home playoff game and then went out and wore Sonora’s two centers up and down the court for much of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division-III opener. The fit was perfect. Despite yielding 3 to 4 inches in size, Cochran and Co. […]

Oak Ridge boys ousted by McNair

STOCKTON — McNair’s 11-4 run late in the third quarter gave the host team the lead for good and the Eagles, paced by five players in double figures, ended Oak Ridge’s season with a 62-58 victory in the first round of the boys Sac-Joaquin Section Division I basketball playoffs Wednesday night. After spotting McNair a […]

El Dorado girls outlast Whitney

With 13 seconds left in the game Sarah Mackey stepped to the free throw line for the El Dorado girls basketball team. The Cougars had let a once comfortable 10-point lead with a 1:34 left cut to two as visiting Whitney mounted a ferocious comeback over the closing moments of the first round of the […]

Placerville Speedway offers exciting 2011 schedule

The much anticipated schedule has been released for the 2011 racing season at Placerville Speedway by the office of Handy Racing Promotions Inc., the management group for the quarter-mile clay oval on the El Dorado County Fairgrounds. As Placerville Speedway begins its 46th year of continuous operation in the foothills, the new schedule assembled by promoter […]

Lady Trojans put out Lodi’s flame

EL DORADO HILLS — The fact that the Oak Ridge girls basketball team outscored Lodi 40-15 in the second half of Tuesday’s first-round Sac-Joaquin Section Division I playoff game to post a 60-34 victory didn’t surprise. What did was its first-half play and one-point lead. As Oak Ridge raced out to a 12-0 advantage, the […]

Heinz-sight: Who is Ken Macklin?

Google “Ken Macklin,” El Dorado High’s varsity basketball boys head coach, and wait just a 16th of a second to get 1,680,000 results. Scroll down and you’ll find a Ken Macklin on the faculty of the Department of Poultry Science at Auburn University, Ken Macklin the comic book artist and illustrator, Ken Macklin the Kern County […]

All volunteer group patrols the backcountry

Cross country skiing has always been part of the fabric of winter recreation in El Dorado County. The most famous cross country skier from our area was Jon Torsteinson-Rue, a Norwegian who grew up in the Telemark region of Norway. He emigrated to America and changed his name to John A. Thompson. We know him […]

Under the Scoreboard: Feb. 20, 2011

With PGA pro Phil Mickelson following the University of San Diego team around Pelican Hills Golf Club’s Ocean North course, Union Mine graduate who is now a senior at USD, Ken McCready, won individual medalist honors with a 7-under par 203 over three days. McCready shot 65-70-71 to hold off a UCLA player. UCLA finished […]

Sports schedule: Feb. 21-26

Monday, Feb. 21 Happy Presidents’ Day! Tuesday, Feb. 22 Girls basketball Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs (single elimination) Division I No. 14 Lodi @ No. 3 Oak Ridge, ORHS, 7 p.m. Division III: No. 15 Whitney @ No. 2 El Dorado, EDHS, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 23 Boys basketball Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs (single elimination) Division I No. […]

D’backs, Cougars send 7 to Masters

EL DORADO — A very tough and talented Oakdale wrestling team dominated the Division IV meet at Union Mine this weekend, but Union Mine bested every other team, finishing second against stiff competition. The Diamondbacks landed four wrestlers in the finals and three came away with titles. “This was a great event for all of […]

D-1 wrestlers show strength in numbers

ELK GROVE — It was a near 100-percent success rate for Ponderosa and Oak Ridge wrestlers this weekend at the two-day Divisional Sac-Joaquin Division 1 North meet hosted by Franklin High. At stake was advancement to the Masters Meet starting Friday at the Stockton Arena. Of the 24 Bruins and Trojans competing, 22 move on, including all […]

Lady Trojans spoil Bruins’ Senior Night

SHINGLE SPRINGS — The Ponderosa girls’ basketball team celebrated Senior Night at home against intra-county rival Oak Ridge Friday night for the final Delta River League game of the season. In a packed gym in front of an enthusiastic Bruin crowd, Ponderosa honored its two seniors, Nikki Johnson and Bethany Farmer, and then took the […]

Oak Ridge boys hold off Bruins 64-60

EL DORADO HILLS — Hitting on four of six free throws in the final 49 seconds and withstanding Ponderosa’s fourth-quarter three-point barrage, the Oak Ridge boys basketball team stayed just beyond the Bruins’ grasp and held on for a 64-60 victory to close the Delta River League regular season Friday. The Trojans held a 15-point third-quarter lead at […]

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